CP-Sil 88 Columns for Dioxins by Agilent Technologies

Agilent J&W CP-Sil 88 for Dioxins has a very high polarity and a specific selectivity for dioxin and dibenzofuran separations. The column is supplied with an integrated retention gap to avoid problems with solvent condensation, thus allowing repeated splitless injections without phase deterioration, extending column life. 


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CP-Sil 88 Columns for Dioxins
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Agilent J&W CP-Sil 88 for Dioxins has a very high polarity and a specific selectivity for dioxin and dibenzofuran separations. The column is supplied with an integrated retention gap to avoid problems with solvent condensation, thus allowing repeated splitless injections without phase deterioration, extending column life. In addition, because of the integrated retention gap, data quality is considerably improved. For the shortest analysis times, a series of thin-film coated columns is available that allow applications up to 270 °C in temperature-programmed mode.

Features:

  • High polarity stationary phase with specific selectivity for dioxins and dibenzofuran separations
  • Integrated retention gap eliminates leaks and extends column lifetime with splitless injections
  • 2,3,7,8-TCDD can be determined at low concentrations
  • For fast runtimes, thin film configurations are available with maximum temperature program limit of 270 °C
  • Each Agilent J&W GC column is tested with the tightest industry QC specifications for column bleed, sensitivity, and efficiency to provide you utmost confidence in qualitative and quantitative results
  • For details about the QC test conditions including the test probe mixture and the resulting chromatogram, please refer to the Agilent J&W GC Column Performance Summary shipped with each GC column

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